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CritterZone Air Naturalizer Giveaway Farewell to the Smell!

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Super Hurrah and Congratulations to Miranda! Our winner of the CritterZone Air Naturalizer!

Say Farewell to the Smell!

In March when we returned from Global Pet Expo we talked about the amazing CritterZone Air Purifier. This compact, filter-less, chemical free air purifier is a must for all cat parents.
Now that we have tripled the potential for cat box odors we remain amazed at the power of the CritterZone.  We are so happy with ours, that in honor of The Tiniest Tiger’s Anniversary we are giving away a CritterZone Air Purifier to one member of The Tiniest Tiger’s community.  Gracey would have said Super Hurrah!!!  To read our original product review of the CritterZone with more details about this fabulous product Pounce here:  Cat Parents Save $10 on Amazing CritterZone Air Purifier

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Do You Want One Now?  Here is How you can get $10 off the Retail Price!

Vote For Gracey’s Conservation Cub Club for Best Blog Post

2013 Gracey and her Pettie Award

 

Thank you so much!

You did it! The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club is a finalist for Best Blog Post in the 2013 Petties.  We are proud to be a finalist for our blog post Since You’ve Been Gone  Our Message to Gracey.  This post is very important to me as we work through our grief from losing Gracey.

We have been honored  for the past four years, since the Petties began.  We were thrilled to win the Pettie for Best Blog Post in 2012 for our Cat Obituary, Farewell Eastern Cougar,   I wanted the post to be a voice for the big cats and the trouble they are having surviving in human dominated landscapes. Winning the Pettie helped amplify that voice.

In 2010 we were a finalist for Best Cause Related Blog,  in 2011 for Best Cat blog, in 2012 we won for best blog post and in 2013 we are a finalist for best blog post.

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Please Nominate Gracey’s Conservation Cub Club for a 2013 Pettie

It is the Petties 2013 Nomination Time Again!

Gracey and her Pettie Award
Dogtime Media’s  Pettie Awards recognize the best among pet bloggers each year. Our The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club  won the Pettie for Best Blog Post last year for Cat Obituary Farewell Eastern Cougar.  We were so proud to win for this post because our mission is to encourage you to care for all cats big and small.  We have been nominated  in 2010, Petties Winner Badge2011 and won Best Blog Post in 2012.  I hope you will help us in 2013 too!

Nominations for the 2013 Petties are now open! Voting not only  helps us win a Pettie, but you can help your favorite shelter or rescue group win $10,000 in the 2012 Pre-Petties $10,000 Donation Contest

Nominating is super easy! Just visit the Petties Nominations Center once a day between now and June 28, and nominate The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club for Best Cat Blog. Nominate your favorite shelter or rescue group at the same time (must be a non-profit 501c3).  I am also fond of the post Since You’ve Been Gone  Our Message to Gracey. This post is extra special to many of us as we talk about the healing process we all must go through when we suffer the loss of our loved ones. I would love to be nominated for Best Blog Post too!

 

 

3 STEPS TO NOMINATE

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Ultimate Blog Party 13 Post & The Tiniest Tiger Hipster Giveaway

Welcome to The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club!

Super Hurrah for Mary!  The winner of The Tiniest Tiger Hipster!  Don’t wander far, we will be hosting other exciting giveaways soon.

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The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club where small paws are uniting to make a big difference!

Ultimate Blog Party Post

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Maneki-neko $50 Giveaway

Maneki-neko is Japanese for beckoning cat

Gracey and 3 Maneki neko

The Tiniest Tiger Giveaway Winner ImageSuper Hurrah to Jen, Patty and Sherrie!!  Congratulations and we hope your Maneki-Neko brings you great fortune and luck.

Meneki-neko is a popular Japanese figurine of a cute cat with an upright paw believed to bring good luck to the owner.  The figurine is usually made in the image of a calico Japanese Bobtail, beckoning with an upright paw and are on display in shops, retaurants, pachinko parlors, and many other businesses.   Sometimes Maneki-neko figurines are electric or battery operated so that they will have a paw moving back and forth. Maneki-neko is kind of like a cougar in that it is known by many names.( cougar, puma, mountain lion).  In English, Meneki-neko is called welcoming cat, lucky cat, money cat, happy cat and fortune cat.

This cute cat figurine comes is a variety of colors, styles and ornamentation but the most common colors are white, black,  gold and sometimes red.  It is thought that the white is for good luck, the black for good health and the gold for monetary good fortune.

Raised left paw attracts money

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Gracey Accessories Bundle Giveaway

The Tiniest Tiger Giveaway Winner ImageCongratulations and Super Hurrah to Amy D, the winner of the Gracey Accessories Bundle!

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Please Help The Tiniest Tiger win BEST CAT BLOG!

SUPER HURRAH!
Friends, I am excited to tell you that while I was on safari, our The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club was nominated as a finalist for BEST CAT BLOG in the Dogtime’s Pet Blog Awards.

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Pettie Winners will receive $1000 donation to a shelter of their choice and ours is PurrEver Ranch Sanctuary!!

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The Tiger by John Vaillant Author Video

I  had the honor of interviewing John Vaillant, the author of The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival and I will be posting our interview here on our Conservation Cub Club on Friday, June 24.

Here is  the Author Video for The Tiger.

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John has graciously offered to give away a signed copy of his book.  If you have a question or a comment that you would like to ask or share, please  write in your question or comment below the interview post on June 24.

One lucky reader will win the signed copy of The Tiger!

The Tiger is my favorite book and I think you will like it too.  We look forward to hearing your questions and comments for John Vaillant  on the June 24th post.

To learn more about John and his book, please visit his website: http://www.thetigerbook.com

You can also “Like” John’s  Facebook page

You can also follow John on Twitter:

Cat Power Tower! The Ultimate Cat Entertainment Center

Friends, Please give a warm welcome to Pat, the  feline behind the creation of the  Cat Power Tower.

GRACEY: Pat, first I want to welcome you to our Conservation Cub Club. I am truly honored to be interviewing  a creative genius. Not only are you the Chief Feline Officer at Cat Power Tower, weren’t you also instrumental in the design of the Cat Power Tower (CPT)?

PAT: The honor is mine Gracey. Yes, I had a paw in the creation of the Cat Power Tower. I started out as product inspirer, and then moved up to product tester. Now I’m actually the company’s CEC (Chief Executive Cat), but I think I like Chief Feline Officer (CFO) better! It sounds more feminine and with my name being Pat, I’ve been mistaken as a boy by some of my Facebook friends.

GRACEY: Oh, I like that term  product inspirer!  I thought you had to be involved, because only a feline mind could create such a fantastic cat entertainment center. Ask your dad if you can have both the CEC (Chief Executive Cat) and the CFO (Chief Feline Officer) titles at Wiser Pet Products. That way you won’t be giving up any power!  What first inspired you to create the Cat Power Tower?

P&G’s Behind the Paw Pet Influencer Summit

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Behind The Paw

We have returned from the Iams & Eukanuba Behind The Paw Influencer Summit and it was super interesting.  In my post earlier this month Iams and Eukanuba: Behind The Paw, many of you posted questions both here on our Conservation Cub Club and also on our The Tiniest Tiger facebook page.

There were many great questions on different topics. One topic in particular that keeps surfacing and brings  the claws out in some people is the unsubstantiated rumor that Iams & Eukanuba participate in animal cruelty. The comments almost always refer to  the same old pieced together video that was released nearly ten years ago. I want to get this out of the way in this first post so that we can move on to talk about interesting and helpful topics like feline nutrition.

I took the opportunity to post photos taken at the P&G Pet Care Health & Nutrition Center on our facebook page but I didn’t say where the photos were taken.  Some of the comments were; Is it heaven?, a luxury day care facility? a golf course?  Many commented how happy and healthy the dogs and cats looked in the photos. That is what we saw too during our visit, happy, healthy pets!

So what is all the fuss about?  This is what is at the root of the rumor.

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